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    Watch: First Trailer For New Season Of 'The Thick Of It' Debuts

    Sadly, most of us have never seen "The Thick of It," Armando Iannucci's political satire that is about to enter its fourth season on British television. But we have seen the theatrical spin-off, "In the Loop," and almost peed ourselves with laughter. Plus, some of us are huge fans of Iannucci's stat...

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    Phase 4 Films to Release SXSW Sex Slave Drama 'Eden' in Early 2013

    Phase 4 Films has acquired all North American rights to director Megan Griffiths’ drama “Eden,” which had its world premiere at the 2012 SXSW Film Festival. The specialty distributor has scheduled a release in theaters for early 2013.

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    5 Films We Hope To See At The Telluride Film Festival

    With the fall film festival season now off and running and Venice underway, we've already packed our bags and adjusted our calendars to fit as many movies as we can. However, in the case of the Telluride Film Festival, we and all the other attendees don't know what's playing until the day of. Yep, t...

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    Two Never-Produced Stanley Kubrick Screenplays to Be Filmed for TV

    "Downslope" and "God Fearing Man," two never-produced screenplays by the late Stanley Kubrick, are slated to be filmed for television, according to Deadline.

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    Watch: Nash Edgerton-Directed Video For Bob Dylan's "Duquesne Whistle" With Cameo From Joel Edgerton

    Nash Edgerton is a man of many hats. A stuntman and coordinator of some reknown who has worked on everything from "The Matrix" trilogy to "The Thin Red Line" to "Moulin Rouge!", he's also a filmmaker, likely best known for the thriller "The Square" but als...

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    'Detropia' Filmmakers Explain DIY Distribution and How the Sundance Institute Artist Services Program Works

    Documentary filmmakers Rachel Grady and Heidi Ewing ("The Boys of Baraka," "Jesus Camp") took their latest film, "Detropia," to the Sundance Film Festival in January. When no suitable distribution deal materialized during the fest and the months afterward, the duo decid...

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    Pranking Global Politics: 'The Dictator' and 'The Ambassador'

    For more than a decade, Sacha Baron Cohen has ruled over the world of prank satire. Now he's been dethroned.

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    Werner Herzog Directs Cheery New Documentary Series 'Hate In America'

    In the last few years, filmmaker Werner Herzog's documentary output has garnered more critical acclaim and commercial attention than his narrative efforts. Just last year, "Cave of Forgotten Dreams," Herzog's nearly catatonic 3D movie about ancient cave paintings, was a critics' darling and became t...

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    Joss Whedon Sells a 'S.H.I.E.L.D.' Live-Action Pilot to ABC, May Direct

    In news that could send general geek culture into gleeful hysterics, ABC has ordered a pilot for "S.H.I.E.L.D.," a live-action project based on the Marvel property from Joss Whedon, Marvel TV and ABC Studios.

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    Review: The Bondurant Boys Deal Moonshine & Violence In John Hillcoat's Lively 'Lawless'

    "It's not violence that sets men apart, it's the distance they're willing to go," Forrest Bondurant (Tom Hardy) tells his youngest brother Jack (Shia LaBeouf) in "Lawless." And with a set of brass knuckles in his pocket and a pistol in his waistband, he knows what he&...

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